Dissociation of One-Dimensional Matter-Wave Breathers due to Quantum Many-Body Effects.

@article{Yurovsky2017DissociationOO,
  title={Dissociation of One-Dimensional Matter-Wave Breathers due to Quantum Many-Body Effects.},
  author={Vladimir A. Yurovsky and Boris A. Malomed and Randall G. Hulet and Maxim Olshanii},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={119 22},
  pages={
          220401
        }
}
We use the ab initio Bethe ansatz dynamics to predict the dissociation of one-dimensional cold-atom breathers that are created by a quench from a fundamental soliton. We find that the dissociation is a robust quantum many-body effect, while in the mean-field (MF) limit the dissociation is forbidden by the integrability of the underlying nonlinear Schrödinger equation. The analysis demonstrates the possibility to observe quantum many-body effects without leaving the MF range of experimental… 

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